Analytics at the Edge
Moving Data Management and Analytics Closer to Site Operations for Faster Response and Cloud Cost Savings
Virtual Conference sponsored by Hitachi Vantara
November 16, 2022
11:00 AM (ET)
About the Event:
For industrial organizations with vast business processes to manage, the large variety of machinery across value chains often results in high operational costs. Inefficiencies, such as production delays, inclement weather that slows deliveries, and unexpected machine failures can lead to millions in lost revenue and increase the cost of doing business.
Analytics is the operational key to success. Minimize unscheduled downtime, optimize fleet activities, and improve customer experience by blending machine-generated internet of things (IoT) data with other contextualized data to feed predictive models. It may not be easy to do this across machines, lines, or plants, but there are tools that bring a simple no-code approach to help bring value quickly and easily through edge processing, helping you to overcome challenges and maximize return on investment. By hosting more applications and data management at the operating site level, cloud storage and compute costs can also be further optimized.
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
– Connect to machine data sources and perform univariate analytics like FFT, ML, and more at the edge.
– Streamline data pipelines, and quickly create custom data sets through automation.
– Machine learning orchestration makes data science teams more productive.
– Embedded analytics allows insights to be delivered at the point of business impact.
Rich Nagle is a Principal Solution Architect for Hitachi Vantara, supporting the Lumada Industrial DataOps product line. Rich has 24 years of industry experience in varied technical capacities. Throughout his career all roles he’s held have been linked to connected devices which has shaped his career in IIoT.
Product Manager with experience in Industrial IoT solutions and products for a broad industry such as Smart Manufacturing and Utilities. Focusing on the needs of the customer and market, implementing the ideas to build products and solutions that effectively solve the challenges that customers have.
Value added and thoughtful leader focused on helping IT managers to understand the world of operations technology and OT managers to understand the new capabilities that IT brings to the world of IoT. It is my belief that by helping the two teams to work together, we can accomplish great things and transform the industry.
An entrepreneurial software engineer with global business leadership experience and a passion for digital transformation. Lucian has worked in the industrial software and automation industry since 1998. He holds a BSEE from Cleveland State University and an MBA in Entrepreneurial Finance from Case Western Reserve University.